Oh how fabulous it is to live in my room on the 4th floor in our apartment. I’ve got a gorgeous view and the smell of burnt trash and coal makes me feel right at home. Here I can ultimately relax. I started watching Gilmore Girls, they’re absolutely amazing. Other than that I’ve worked onContinue reading “Week 9: Gorgeous Poland”
Pocztówki soon coming to a kiosk near you // just kidding
Kiedy w 2020 roku odkrywasz taką stronę stworzoną w 2013.
The recent couple of years saw a massive increase in alternative place photography Instagrams. The app started with square, oversaturated, filtered photographs. Then we got the polished photographs, more subtly filtered (thanks vsco) but still severely detached from things looked like in reality. Now we’re blessed with crude authenticity, all ordered with appropriate hashtags, thatContinue reading “Typespotting’s the Polish trainspotting”
This week was quite busy but wonderful. I spent a lot of time sorting out everything before flying back to Poland to study from home. I have to say I was quite well organised, and I managed to see everybody I wanted to see before my departure. On Monday I saw my DPD courier (justContinue reading “Week 8: Move to Poland”
Is it too early to call it a week? I believe not. Today (Sunday) does not seem to be particularly eventful, so I might as well sit down and relay to you what happened in the last seven days. This week went extraordinarily well. It was bound to, with the kickstart of a thorough clean-upContinue reading “Week 7 of online learning. The last one in Edinburgh”
A physical move, move through space with my physical body. As well as trying to make a move on with my assignments, especially my presentation for the dissertation conference which is on Wednesday 4th November. No detailed breakdown of days this week, because they weren’t that different from each other and it’s all a bitContinue reading “Week 6 of online learning: trying to make a move”